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SOA's alumni pen books on careers and professional excellence

Both authors have passed out from the Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER), the faculty of Engineering and Technology of SOA, about a decade ago

Published on 22nd February 2023
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Tens and thousands of Chinese students on scholarships backed by gov't signed contracts pledge loyalty to the ruling Communist party

A review of publicly available documents found evidence that this practice has been going on quietly for more than a decade, with several versions of the contract and related regulations available

Published on 21st January 2023
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Has the end of the National Child Labour Project pushed thousands of kids back into child labour?

In Tamil Nadu, the closure of Special Training Centres under the NCLP has left many underprivileged students without an accessible school

Published on 14th September 2022
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Slogan Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan now includes Jai Vigyan, Jai Anusandhan: FM at IIITDM Kancheepuram convocation

She ended her speech with a reference to 2022’s budget allocation for 750 virtual labs in Science and Math and 75 skilling e-labs for simulated learning environments

Published on 10th September 2022
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Thousands of students receive visas every week, will make efforts to reduce wait time: Canadian High Commission

It said the current processing time for study permit applications globally is 12 weeks, shared the Canadian High Commission in Delhi

Published on 19th August 2022
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Social Leadership Award — the latest feather in the cap of Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan (SOA)

The five-day fair, which is the country's first Women’s Business Mela, was virtually inaugurated by Odisha's Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik

Published on 5th May 2022
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Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan in Bhubaneshwar has a new Chancellor. Meet Dr Debi Prasad Ray

Dr Ray, who was till recently Principal Advisor to the SOA Founder President Dr Manojranjan Nayak, was previously two-time Vice-Chancellor of the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology

Published on 2nd March 2022
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Education Ministry set to fill thousands of vacant teacher posts by March 2022

Currently, there are about 50 central universities in the country and more than six thousand posts for teachers are vacant

Published on 31st December 2021
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New beginnings: What the recent MoU signed by SOA and ICSI entails

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) would facilitate the conduct of specialised training programmes in SOA for faculty members, research scholars and students of the university

Published on 14th December 2021
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What the FAQ: What are the biggest international pageants and how has India fared in them?

Harnaaz Sandhu, a semi-finalist at Femina Miss India, became the third Miss Universe from India, after 21 years, this Sunday

Published on 13th December 2021
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What happened on December 3: The Bhopal Gas Tragedy killed thousands and the first PS was released

Besides the tragedy, December 3 gave us some good memories too. PlayStation was launched. Rocky and Laurel & Hardy's first film saw the light of day

Published on 3rd December 2021
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SOA embarks on a new collaboration with the fifth-best university in Africa

The two universities will conduct joint academic, scientific and cross-cultural activities and organise short and long-term exchange of research, teaching personnel and students

Published on 25th November 2021
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What The FAQ: What's the Poland-Belarus border crisis all about and why are thousands seeking asylum?

The Kuznica border crossing has been the stage for several migrant crossings into Poland since the summer of 2021

Published on 22nd November 2021
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Thousands of students in Karnataka who quit private schools for govt schools denied textbooks, uniforms. Here is why

General Secretary of the Associated Managements of Primary and Secondary Schools in Karnataka, said that private schools were not issuing TCs as parents had not paid their dues for the past two years

Published on 29th October 2021
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Love for libraries: How two schoolmates from Kota are getting thousands of underprivileged Indian kids to fall in love with reading again

What happens when two school friends from Kota decide to transform the way kids study simply with their love for reading? We find out in conversation with Share a Book India Association

Published on 11th August 2021

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